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CNN Evening News for Friday, May 22, 1998
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(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Interview held with Social Democratic and Labour Party leader John Hume (in Belfast) and Ulster Unionist Party leader John Taylor (in Londonderry) about the referendum on the Northern Ireland peace agreement. [HUME and TAYLOR - say that the Irish people want lasting peace.] [HUME - says the size of the yes vote matters greatly.] [TAYLOR - says Democratic Unionist Party leader Dr. Ian Paisley assessed the effect of a Protestant refusal to support the referendum, but not the actual voting pattern.] [HUME - expresses hope for the vote and appreciation for worldwide support.]

Woodruff, Judy

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